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    Camping

    Fist time in the new camper tommorow. Woo-hoo!just a overnite to see how it handles . set brake controller .find good tounge weight ect.would have been out months ago .but I fell off truck at work an twisted my knee .just my luck.ha ha

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    Re: Camping

    Have fun and be safe.
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    Re: Camping

    Well, don't fall out of the camper bed....Have fun, you'll enjoy it.

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    Re: Camping

    Wow .what a great trailer .its huge. Should have bought one years ago.camp has never been better.all the people that stop buy it was great.can't wait till the pa camp out in September.made an awning for the side of camper. Got brake controller set. Tire pressure is good.made curtains for end of the bed work out real good .now I can leave door open when Moma is still sleeping. Now I have to figure what to leave at home lol. Made shelves for sleeping area. Still have to make a tray for in the basement for the small stuff an tarp poles.

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    Re: Camping

    Quote Originally Posted by rondarider View Post
    Wow .what a great trailer .its huge. Should have bought one years ago.camp has never been better.all the people that stop buy it was great.can't wait till the pa camp out in September.made an awning for the side of camper. Got brake controller set. Tire pressure is good.made curtains for end of the bed work out real good .now I can leave door open when Moma is still sleeping. Now I have to figure what to leave at home lol. Made shelves for sleeping area. Still have to make a tray for in the basement for the small stuff an tarp poles.
    Consider using a 3" or 4" PVC pipe with caps and secure UNDER the trailer. You will save some space in the trailer storage that way!
    2008 GL1800-HPNA with 30,000+ miles
    1988 BunkHouse camper
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    Re: Camping

    Take full advantage of enjoying it, I'm glad for you and yours!
    The internet? Is that thing still around?

    ssteve

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